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My flight stick is getting on my nerves.

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Mustangfreak First Officer

Every time I start a flight, the a/c pulls the the right when I move. So I stop the a/c, unplug my stick, plug it back in, and then it works correctly.

Whats the deal? The stick is a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Mustangfreak wrote:

Every time I start a flight, the a/c pulls the the right when I move. So I stop the a/c, unplug my stick, plug it back in, and then it works correctly.

Whats the deal? The stick is a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro

See if this helps.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/260183

Radar

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Mustangfreak First Officer

RadarMan wrote:

Mustangfreak wrote:

Every time I start a flight, the a/c pulls the the right when I move. So I stop the a/c, unplug my stick, plug it back in, and then it works correctly.

Whats the deal? The stick is a Logitech Extreme 3D Pro

See if this helps.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/260183

Radar

hmmmm, doesnt say anything about taxing or taking off. Thats when I'm having the problems.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Try operating with the keyboard only, disconnect your controller. This will hep you isolate the problem. If that works fine, focus on the controller. If you're using a USB hub, that can cause intermittent problems. Try connecting directly to a port on the computer. Something inside the controller, USB hub or connecting wires could becoming intermittent. The age of the units may be a factor. Try the controller in other programs to try to replicate the unwanted movement. 🙂

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pilatflyr First Officer

i hve that same controller, and it's actually because the sticks twist axis is slighty off after you use it for a bit. Just make sure that it's straight enough, it'll detect the slightest movement

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